Construction BUSINESS

Sisk Announces Winners of Inaugural Supply Chain Awards

 Breaking News
  • Hines and APG Announce Additional €700 Million ‘Build-to-Rent’ Investment Program For Wider Dublin Hines, the international real estate firm, and partner APG Asset Management (APG) have commenced construction on the first new apartment buildings as part of the new Cherrywood Town Centre in South Dublin. The project will see 1,269 new apartments developed in Cherrywood Town Centre alone over the next three years, including 130 social units. The contract [...]...
  • Lifetime Achievement Award For Height For Hire Flogas was the premier sponsor of the Drogheda Business Excellence Awards for 2018 and John Rooney, Managing Director of Flogas Ireland, presented the Lifetime Achievement Award to Harry McArdle, Founder and Chairman of Height for Hire, a family owned company that has become the largest privately-owned mobile elevating work platform (MEWP) rental company in the UK [...]...
  • U+I and Colony Capital Granted Planning For Carrisbrook House Redevelopment in Dublin A joint venture of U+I and investment vehicles managed by Colony Capital, has secured consent from An Bord Pleanála to radically transform and extend the landmark Carrisbrook House office building in Dublin 4. Carrisbrook House, an eight-storey building originally built in 1969 on the corner of Pembroke Road and Lansdowne Road, is to be completely [...]...
  • The Digital Hub Selects Architect and Project Management Firms to Support its Development The Digital Hub, Ireland’s largest and most established cluster of technology, digital media and internet companies, has announced the appointment of Scott Tallon Walker Architects and KSN Project Management to support the development of The Digital Hub. Following an EU-wide tendering process, Scott Tallon Walker Architects has been selected as the Design Team and KSN [...]...
  • NSAI Publishes Protocol to Assess Homes Suspected of Being Affected by Mica or Pyrite The National Standards Authority of Ireland (NSAI) has published a standard protocol called I.S. 465. This protocol will be used by engineers, geologists and laboratories to assess, test and categorise the damage in properties negatively affected by defective concrete blocks, due to excessive free muscovite mica and pyrite. It will also give guidance on remedial [...]...

Sisk Announces Winners of Inaugural Supply Chain Awards

Sisk Announces Winners of Inaugural Supply Chain Awards
December 06
12:04 2017

John Sisk & Son, Ireland’s leading provider of construction services with extensive operations across Ireland, the United Kingdom and mainland Europe, has announced the winners of its inaugural Supply Chain Awards for 2017. Sisk spent a total of €850 million with its supply chain in 2017 while the construction business also confirmed it has a total of 7,000 approved and active suppliers on its records (4,000 in Ireland and 3,000 in the UK).

Commenting after the ceremony, Stephen Bowcott, CEO, John Sisk & Son, said: “The inaugural Sisk Supply Chain Awards for 2017 was a great success. The event was a fantastic opportunity to further build on the strong relationships we have with our Supply Chain partners across our business, and to recognise and acknowledge the excellent performance, commitment and dedication shown by our supply chain partners across Sisk projects. The Sisk Supply Chain Awards is one of the key initiatives that the business is undertaking towards delivering effective, lasting and mutually beneficial partnerships with our key stakeholders. On behalf of Sisk, I would like to congratulate all the winners and thank them for their support this year.”

The inaugural awards ceremony in Dublin was attended by approx. 500 people and raised money for homelessness charities Focus Ireland and Shelter UK with donations from guests and the company. Irish comedian Barry Murphy, famously known for his appearances on Après Match, was Master of Ceremonies.

 

Awards

Winners
Supply Chain Partner of the Year – Ireland South, West & North ERRIGAL CONTRACTS
Supply Chain Partner of the Year – Ireland East JONES ENGINEERING GROUP
Supply Chain Partner of the Year – Civils Ireland STECONFER OCS
Supply Chain Partner of the Year – UK South GETJAR
Supply Chain Partner of the Year – North & Major Projects ELITE ALUMINIUM SYSTEMS
Supply Chain Partner of the Year – Civils UK SEYMOUR CIVIL ENGINEERING
Supply Chain Partner of the Year – Sisk Rail CUTLASS MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
Supplier of the Year – UK BRITISH GYPSUM
Supplier of the Year – Ireland FAIRYHOUSE STEEL
Special Award – Ireland BANAGHER PRECAST CONCRETE
Special Award – UK MODEBEST
Training Initiative Award – Ireland PLATT & REILLY
Training Initiative Award – UK DESIGNER GROUP

Shortlisted subcontractors and suppliers were nominated by each of Sisk’s business units and procurement respectively. Each business Unit then selected its ‘Best Subcontractor of the Year’ from the proposed shortlist following a thorough evaluation process, with the winners announced at a ceremony in the Clayton Hotel, Burlington Road.

CAPTION:

Stephen O’Shea, Maura Toles, Stephen Bowcott and Dave Cotter of SISK.

About Author

admin

admin

Related Articles


Constrcution Summit

PROMO – Construction Summit 2016 – Sustaining the Momentum

Lean Construction Ireland – Enhancing Ireland’s Competitive Advantage

The Magazine – Construction Business

The Magazine – Construction Summit 2016

The Magazine – Construction Summit

Upcoming Events

  • No upcoming events
AEC v1.0.4

New Subscriber





Subscribe Here



Advertisements